INDIAN SOCIETY OF AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS

(Registered under the Societies Registration Act of XXI of 1860

with Registration Number S-363 of 1948-49)

RULES & REGULATIONS

A. CONSTITUTION

1. NAME

The name of the Society shall be

INDIAN SOCIETY OF AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS

2. OBJECTIVES

The objectives of the Society shall be to promote research and education in Statistics, allied fields and applications thereof to Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, Agricultural Economics, Information and Communication Technology and related subjects, by:

(a)holding conferences, seminars, symposia for discussion on these subjects;

(b)organizing lectures and courses;

(c)publishing journal, proceedings of seminars and conferences, summaries, monographs and books devoted to these subjects;

(d)cooperating with other institutions having similar objectives;

(e)securing and managing funds for the furtherance of the Society’s objectives;

(f)undertaking, organizing and coordinating research in problems of agricultural statistics including computer applications and maintaining a research unit for the purpose;

(g)providing financial and other assistance to research workers; and

(h)taking such other actions as are required to assist and promote the objectives of the Society.

3. CONSTITUTION

The General Body of the Society will consist of:

i.Patrons

ii.Members

(a)Honorary Members

(b)Life Members

(c)Ordinary Members

(d)Sessional Membership

(e)Student Members, and

(f)Institutional Members

iii.Fellows

Patron:

Any eminent person making either financial or significant contribution to the Society may be nominated as patron, subject to the approval of the Executive Council named hereafter.

Member:

Ordinary/Life Membership: Candidates for life membership or ordinary membership shall be nominated by any two members (life or ordinary) of the Society and be admitted to membership on paying the prescribed fee and their names being approved by the Executive Council. If one wants to attend the Conferences/ Workshop organized by the Society, one has to become a Sessional Member.

Institutional Membership:

Institutions wishing to become Permanent/Annual members, should apply to the Secretary along with the requisite membership fee. The enrollment would be done after the approval of the Executive Council.

Honorary Membership:

Eminent persons interested in the objectives of the Society may be considered for Honorary membership of the Society by the Executive Council.

Student Membership:

Student membership will be open only to bona fide students enrolled at recognized institutions and possessing at least a bachelor degree of a recognized university. The annual rate of the subscription for student membership will be half of the rate prescribed for an ordinary member.

Fellow

Members of the Society who have been a member of the Society continuously for at least ten years, have contributed significantly in the area of Statistics and Informatics over a period of time and have taken keen interest in the activities of the Society shall become eligible to be a Fellow of the Society. Fellows will be selected by prescribed procedure given in Section 2.5 of the bye-laws of the Society.

4. SUBSCRIPTION

The subscription rates for various categories of membership are contained in Section 1 of the bye-laws of the Society.

5. PRIVILEGES OF MEMBERS

5.1Ordinary members will have the right to vote at all general body meetings of the Society and will also have the right to propose candidates for admission to the Society. They will be entitled to receive the Journal of the Society, provided that their subscription is not in arrears.

5.2Life members will have the rights and privileges of ordinary members during their life time.

5.3Patrons shall have all the rights and privileges of ordinary members during their life time.

5.4Honorary members shall enjoy all the privileges of ordinary members during their life time without having to pay the subscription.

5.5Member institutions shall be entitled to send one or more representative to the conferences and meetings. However, only one representative authorized by the Institution shall exercise the privilege of an ordinary member of the Society.

5.6A student member shall be entitled to receive the Journal of the Society. He/She will neither enjoy voting right nor can propose candidate for admission to the Society. Such a member will not hold any office of the Society.

5.7A sessional member shall not be entitled to receive the Journal of the Society. He/She will neither enjoy voting right nor can propose candidate for admission to the Society. Such a member will not hold any office of the Society.

5.8Fellows shall have all the rights and privileges as they had before their election as Fellows.

6.EXECUTIVE COUNCIL

6.1There shall be an Executive Council henceforth called ‘Council’ which shall carry out the affairs of the Society. It will consist of President, an Executive President, a Sessional President, not more than six Vice Presidents, a Secretary, not more than three Joint Secretaries, a Treasurer and twelve members.

6.2It may also have ex-officio members.

6.3The Executive Council may also nominate not more than two Patrons to attend the Executive Council Meeting.

6.4The Secretary, the Joint Secretaries and the Treasurer shall be elected from the place where the headquarters of the Society is located.

6.5The members of the Council shall be elected every year by the General Body.

6.6All the members of the Council including the Office Bearers are expected to take keen interest in the activities of the Society.

6.7Election of Office Bearers: The detailed procedure is given in section 2 of the bye-laws of the Society.

7. FINANCIAL YEAR AND AUDIT

7.1The financial year of the Society shall begin on the first of April, each year.

7.2The accounts of the Society shall be audited annually by a professional auditor appointed by the General Body.

7.3The audited accounts of the Society will have to be approved by the General Body.

8. MEETINGS OF THE SOCIETY

8.1General Body Meeting: The Annual General Meeting of the Society shall be held at the time and place to be fixed by the Council.

8.2The meetings of the Council shall be held periodically at the discretion of the President, Executive President or at the request of one-third of the members of the Council.

8.3Ten members shall form a quorum for Executive Council meeting.

8.4Extra ordinary meetings of the General Body can be convened for specific purposes by President, Executive President or at the requisition of at least one-fourth of the members of the Society.

9. COMMITTEES

9.1There shall be a Research Direction Committee consisting of four or more members appointed by the Council to formulate and guide research activities. The Committees may co-opt any other person(s) depending upon the research programme.

9.2The Council may constitute Ad-hoc committees and Action Groups for periodical review and advice on matters/action to be taken by the Society

9.3The meetings of Committees/Action Groups can be convened by the Chairman of the Committee or on the request of the Secretary.

10. SOCIETY’S JOURNAL

10.1The Society shall publish a Journal to serve as a media for disseminating research findings on Agricultural Statistics and allied fields.

10.2It will have an Editorial Board consisting of a Chair Editor, two Co-ordinating Editors and Associate Editors specialized in different fields of Statistics and allied fields.

10.3The Editorial Board will be appointed by the Council.

10.4Associate Editors need not be a member of the Society.

11.AWARDS

11.1Dr GR Seth Memorial Young Scientist Award:

For motivating and encouraging young scientists in the field of Agricultural Statistics, the Society has instituted an award for young scientists. Members of the Society including students members are eligible for consideration for the award. The award will be conferred upon the selected candidates during the Annual Conference of the Society. The detailed procedure for the award is given in Section 3.1of the bye-laws of the Society.

11.2Best Paper Award:

With a view to promote research in Statistics and Informatics and thereby help improve the standard and quality of the Journal, the Society has instituted Best Paper Award for the best articles published in the Journal. The detailed procedure for the award is contained in Section 3.2 of the bye-laws of the Society.

11.3Sankhyiki Bhushan Award:

The Society may honour the outstanding scientist who has rendered distinguished service to the cause of Statistics and its application to Agriculture and allied fields with the title of Sankhyiki Bhushan. The detailed procedure is contained in Section 3.3 of the bye-laws of the Society.

11.4Prof. P.V. Sukhatme Gold Medal Award:

This award has been instituted by the Society in the memory of Prof. P.V. Sukhatme, a founder member of the Society. It may be given to a well-known active scientist who has made significant contribution in Agricultural Statistics and/or allied fields and has keen interest in the activities of the Society. The detailed procedure is contained in Section 3.4 of the bye-laws of the Society.

11.5Dr. D.N. Lal Memorial Lecture Award:

This award has been instituted as an endowment award in the memory of Dr. D.N. Lal with an endowment of 50,000.00 made by his wife for persons who have rendered distinguished service to the cause of Statistics in general and its application to Agriculture and allied fields in particular. The detailed procedures are contained in Section 3.5 of the bye-laws of the Society.

12.WITHDRAWAL OR REMOVAL OF MEMBERS

12.1A member may withdraw from the Society by signifying his desire to do so in a letter addressed to the Secretary. The Society, however, shall not be liable to return any fee that may have been paid by the member.

12.2A member who has withdrawn and whose subscription is not in arrears shall automatically recover the privileges of membership without re-enrolment, if he rejoins the Society within a year of withdrawal. He shall be liable to pay all dues as if he had not withdrawn at all.

12.3The Council shall have the power to remove any member of the Society from its rolls.

13.AMENDMENTS TO THE RULES

13.1The Rules may be amended at any Annual General Meeting or at any Extraordinary General Meeting of the Society called for the purpose, by a two-third majority of the members present.

13.2A proposal for the amendment of Rules may be made either by the Council or by at least two per cent of the members. It must reach the Secretary in writing in time for circulation to all members of the Society at least one month before the Annual or Extraordinary General Meeting.

13.3The Council may, with the approval of the General Body, frame or alter constitution/bye-laws for the working of the Society, not inconsistent with the Rules.

14.HEADQUARTERS

The headquarters of the Society shall be at New Delhi.

INDIAN SOCIETY OF AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS

(Registered under the Societies Registration Act of XXI of 1860

with Registration Number S-363 of 1948-49)

B. BYE-LAWS

1. SUBSCRIPTION

Rates: The rates of subscription for various categories of members will be according to the financial year i.e. April 01 to March 31 and are as follows:

• Life Membership5,000.00 (Inland)

US $ 350.00 (Foreign) or equivalent

Ordinary Membership

500.00 per annum (Inland)

 

 

US $ 125.00 (Foreign) or equivalent

Student Membership

250.00 per annum (Inland)

Institutional Membership

25,000.00 (Inland)

 

(Permanent)

US $ 1,500.00 (Foreign) or equivalent

Institutional Membership

2,500.00 per annum (Inland)

 

(Annual)

US $ 375.00 per annum (Foreign) or equivalent

Subscription to Journal

1,250.00 per volume (Inland)

 

 

US $ 150.00 per volume (Foreign) or equivalent

-Life membership fee may be paid in 2 or 3 installments on request within the year of enrolment as member, i.e. from April 01 to March 31.

-Any ordinary member of the Society may convert his membership into a life membership on payment of a composition fee which will be calculated as follows:

For members in India: 5,000.00 minus a rebate of 50% of the subscription already paid subject to a maximum of 2,000.00.

For foreign members US $ 350.00 or its equivalent minus a rebate of 50% for every year’s subscription already paid subject to a maximum of US $ 130.00.

-Only those members will be entitled to the benefit of conversion who have made up to date payment towards their ordinary membership fee.

-If the subscription is sent by cheque, the collection charges should be added to the amount of the cheque. When sent by Money Order (M.O.), the M.O. commission should not be deducted from the amount of subscription.

-The membership may cease if the subscription is in arrears for two years. During this period, the members will continue to be treated as members but, issues of the Journal may not be sent to such members for the period for which membership fee has not been paid.

-Should a defaulting member wish to re-enroll, s/he may do so as a new member provided:

The member pays arrears for one year, or becomes life member by paying the full fee of Rs. 4,000.00 notwithstanding any past payments made.

2.EXECUTIVE COUNCIL

2.1Election of Office Bearers

2.1.1 The Council will propose for the next year the names of President, Executive President, Sessional President, Vice Presidents, Honorary Secretary, Honorary Joint Secretaries, Honorary Treasurer and 6 out of 12 Council members. For Vice Presidents, selection out of eminent members taking keen interest in Society’s activities preferably from amongst the active members who are Fellows/existing Vice Presidents as well as Sankhyiki Bhushan awardees.

2.1.2The proposal will be circulated among the members of the Society at least one month before the General body Meeting.

2.1.3The members may propose the names for filling six vacant positions of the Council. Out of these 6, one may conventionally be reserved for the Organizing Secretary of the conference. The complete procedure of nomination for the vacant positions is to be communicated to all members.

2.1.4The person whose name is proposed should be a member of the Society. The proposal, seconded by another member and with the consent of the proposed persons should reach the Secretary before the prescribed date and well before the General Body Meeting.

2.1.5The proposal made by the members for filling up six vacant positions will be scrutinized by the Secretary of the Society. The valid nominations will be put to vote through a secret ballot and the result will be announced by the Returning Officer duly appointed by the Executive Council.

2.1.6If any vacant position is not filled up as per procedure suggested above, the Council may further propose names for filling up the vacant positions.

2.1.7The names proposed by the Council as well as those elected by members will be placed before the General Body for approval.

2.2Nomination to the Executive Council

2.2.1The Director, Indian Agricultural Statistics Research Institute, New Delhi; Economic & Statistical Adviser, Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India, New Delhi; Director General, Central Statistical Organization, Government of India, New Delhi and Director General, National Sample Survey Organization, Government of India, New Delhi and Chair, Editor Journal of the Indian Society of Agricultural Statistics will be the Ex-officio members of the Executive Council of the Society.

2.2.2Not more than two Patrons may also be nominated for the Executive Council.

2.3The Secretary and the Joint Secretaries shall be responsible for recording the proceedings of the General Body Meeting of the Society and of the Council and for conducting the business of the Society.

2.4The Secretary and Treasurer shall keep accounts, shall receive and disburse money and operate accounts of the Society in the bank on behalf of the Society according to the directions of the Council.

2.5ISAS Fellows

2.5.1Any person who has been a member of the Society continuously for at least ten years shall become eligible to be a Fellow of the Society.

2.5.2Nomination for new fellow in a given year should be proposed by two existing fellows with the concurrence of the nominee.

2.5.3Nomination for Fellowship shall be made in the prescribed Proforma (given in ANNEXURE-I) along with details of his/her most significant academic and professional achievements and should be sent to the Secretary of the Society latest by July 31 of each year. The scoring criterion is given in ANNEXURE-V. The minimum qualifying marks are 70 for ISAS Fellowship.

2.5.4A screening committee including suitable outside specialists, if necessary, constituted by the Executive Council will examine the nominations received in a year and recommend suitable names for Fellows for that year.

2.5.5The Executive Council will, in the light of the recommendation of the screening committee, propose not more than two names in a given year for Fellowship to the General Body for approval.

2.5.6The number of Fellowships at no time should exceed five per cent of the number of members (life and ordinary) who have been members continuously for at least ten years.

2.5.7After the approval of the General Body, the Fellows will be given a certificate and their names would be announced in the Journal of the Society.

2.5.8The Fellows can use the letters F.I.S.A.S. after their names.

3.AWARDS

3.1Dr GR Seth Memorial Young Scientist Award

3.1.1Only members of the Society (ISAS) including student members will be eligible for consideration for this award.

3.1.2The upper age limit of the scientist for the award will be 35 years as on 30 September, preceding the Conference.

3.1.3The papers to be considered for award shall have young scientist as the first author.

3.1.4The work must have been carried out in India and it should be an original contribution and not published elsewhere.

3.1.5Five copies of the full paper along with its abstract not exceeding 200 words should reach the Secretary of the Society not later than 30 September, preceding the Conference. Bio-data, including full name and address along with date of birth (duly attested copy of certificate), research experience, list of publications should be appended to the complete paper.

3.1.6Stress will be given on both quality of research and presentation.

3.1.7The Council will nominate a panel of judges who will grade the papers as A, B, C and select the best three research papers. No paper will be selected if it gets less than 2 A’s.

3.1.8The authors of these papers will be invited to present their papers in a special session during the Conference. The merit will be judged by the Sessional President assisted preferably by the above committee. The decision of the Committee will be final. (These authors may be given financial assistance to attend the conference, if required).

3.1.9Only one candidate will be chosen for the award.

3.1.10The name of the awardee will be announced by the Secretary of the Society at the meeting of the General Body.

3.1.11A certificate of merit and award in a suitable form (worth about 2,500/-) will be given to the awardee with citation.

3.1.12The research paper of the candidate selected for Dr GR Seth Memorial Young Scientist Award would be published in the Journal of the Indian Society of Agricultural Statistics.

3.2Best Paper Award

3.2.1Not more than one award will be given in each of the fields (a) Design of Experiments,

(b)Sample Surveys, (c) Statistical Genetics/Genomics, (d) Statistical Theory and Methodology, (e) Applied Statistics and (f) Informatics in a year.

3.2.2The articles chosen for the award should be of sufficiently high standard.

3.2.3The prizes will be awarded biennially.

3.2.4The decision on the award in each field will be made by a panel of two referees, selected by the Chair Editor and the Secretary of the Society out of a list of experts in the field approved by the Council.

3.2.5Papers will be graded as A+, A, A-, B and C by the referees and those getting a minimum of A- by both the referees/judges will be considered for the award. Chair Editor and Secretary of the Society will act as judges and will use their judgment before making recommendations to the Executive Council for approval.

3.2.6No award will be made if none of the article is found to be of the desired standard.

3.2.7Not more than one paper will be selected in each of the above six categories.

3.2.8A certificate and Cash Award in the form of Cheque (2500/-) will be given for each paper selected for the award. Amount will be equally shared among the authors.

3.3Sankhyiki Bhushan Award

3.3.1This award is for outstanding contributions made by a person (i) in both theory and application, or (ii) in the improvement of the Agricultural Statistics System in the country, or

(iii)other evidence of eminence already achieved in the discipline, as evident from the proforma filled up by the person nominating the candidature. The Awardee should be an eminent scientist above 55 years of age as on September 30 of the year of the Award.

3.3.2The nominations in a prescribed proforma (as given in Annexure-II) will be invited from Members of the Society. The nominations should reach the Society office latest by July 31 of

the year of the Award.

3.3.3After receiving the nominations, the Council will appoint a sub-committee to select the person for Sankhyiki Bhushan Award based on the contributions made, as reflected in the nomination.

3.3.4The Council will discuss the proposal of the sub-committee and take a final decision.

3.3.5 The person(s) chosen for the Award will be conferred the title ‘Sankhyiki Bhushan’ during the Annual Conference or at a special function.

3.3.6The award consists of a scroll, a plaque and a citation.

3.3.7Normally only one award may be given in a year.

3.4Prof. P.V. Sukhatme Gold Medal Award

3.4.1This award shall be made to a distinguished scientist who has made significant contributions as evidenced by publications in scientific journals of repute, review articles, books, monographs, book chapters, special reports, products/ methodologies/ techniques developed, popular articles, teaching and knowledge dissemination, scientific leadership in Agricultural Statistics and related fields, Innovative teaching and methodology developed, peer-recognition in the field of specialization, Awards and honours received, etc. The award is open to the members of the Society.

3.4.2Selection will be made on the basis of nominations received from the members of the Society in a prescribed proforma given in ANNEXURE-III. The scoring criterion is given in ANNEXURE-V. The nominations should reach the Society office latest by July 31 of the year of the Award. The minimum qualifying marks should be 65 for this award.

3.4.3The Council will appoint a sub-committee, which will go through the nominations received and submit the recommendations to the Council. The Council will discuss the proposal of the sub-committee and take decision.

3.4.4The award consists of a gold plated silver medal and citation. The distinguished scientist receiving the award shall be honoured in the inaugural function during the Annual Conference of the Society.

3.4.5Only one award may be given once in two years.

3.5Dr. D.N. Lal Memorial Lecture Award

3.5.1.The award will be given to a person for rendering distinguished service to the cause of Statistics in general and its application to Agriculture and allied fields in particular as evidenced by publications in the scientific journals of repute, review articles, books, monographs, book chapters, special reports, products/ methodologies/ techniques developed, popular articles, teaching and knowledge dissemination, scientific leadership in the Agricultural Statistics and related fields, Innovative teaching and methodology developed, peer-recognition in the field of specialization, Awards and honours received, etc. The award is open to the members of the Society.

3.5.2.Selection will be made on the basis of nominations received from the members of the Society in a prescribed proforma (given in ANNEXURE-IV). The nominations should reach the Society office latest by July 31 of the year of the Award. The minimum qualifying marks should be 60 for this award. The scoring criterion is given in ANNEXURE-V.

3.5.3.The Council will appoint a sub-committee, which will go through the nominations received and submit the recommendations to the Council. The Council will discuss the proposal of the sub-committee and take decision.

3.5.4.The awardee may be requested to deliver the lecture on the topic of his/her choice and the contents of the lecture should be original in nature.

3.5.5Only one lecture award may be given once in two years.

3.5.6.The award consists of a Citation and a Silver Plaque.

ANNEXURE –I

Indian Society of Agricultural Statistics

IASRI Campus, Library Avenue, Pusa, New Delhi -110 012, India

Nomination Form for Selection of Fellows Indian Society of Agricultural Statistics

Important Instructions

Duly completed nomination form should be sent by Registered Post, Courier or by Hand, either by the proposer or the seconder to The Honorary Secretary, Indian Society of Agricultural Statistics, IASRI Campus, Library Avenue, Pusa, New Delhi -110 012, so as to reach not later than 15 July of the respective year.

Before sending, please ensure that:-

1.Nomination form is signed by both the Proposer and the Seconder. (A proposer can nominate not more than two persons and the seconder not more than three persons in a year)

2.Separate sub-heads for listing scientific achievements under different categories are provided in the proforma. For ensuring a uniform evaluation, research publication only in International and/or Indian Journals of impact and high standard by the National Academy of Agricultural Sciences (available at www.naasindia.org for the purpose) and the Journals identified by the Society (available at www.isas.org.in) may be listed. Nominees should avoid listing publications, in unreferred and regional journals / papers abstracts presented in workshops / symposia.

3.Proforma with incomplete information will be returned to the proposer.

4.Nomination for Fellows should be written on the envelope containing the nomination papers.

PART A

Indian Society of Agricultural Statistics

The undersigned Fellows of the Indian Society of Agricultural Statistics propose and second

........................................................................................................................................….......…...

(Name of the candidate in capital letters) as a candidate for election as a Fellow of the Society. His candidature may be considered.

1. Particulars of the Proposer / Seconder

Remarks about the nominee’s suitability indicating the basis of remarks personal or knowledge or other source (mention)

Proposer Name Signature Date

Remarks about the nominee’s suitability indicating the basis of remarks personal knowledge or other source (mention)

Seconder

Name

Signature

Date

PART B

BIODATA

(General Information to be filled by the nominee at the time of nomination)

1.Name in full

(Surname followed by forename)

2.Date & Place of Birth

3.Field of specialization

4.Designation

5.Address

(a)

Official

Tel. No.

 

 

Fax No.

 

 

E-mail

 

 

Address

(b)

Residential

Tel. No.

 

 

Address

(Give STD code before Telephone and Fax number)

6.(a)Academic career and (b) professional attainments

(a) Degree

University/Institution

Year Distinction, if any

(b)

Position Held

Institution

Period of

Nature of

 

 

 

Appointment

Appointment

Note: Addition to above details Nominee may also attach his/her structured CV if desired

I have no objection for considering my candidature for election to Fellowship of ISAS.

Signature of Nominee

PART C

Significant Achievements of the Nominee

Please give a brief statement of the most significant research achievements of the nominee which, in the opinion of the proposer, could be circulated to the fellows.

(To be typed clearly within the space provided)

 

1.

Name of the

:

2.

Date of Birth

:

 

 

nominee

 

 

 

 

(surname followed by

 

 

 

 

first name)

 

 

 

 

 

3.

Designation and

:

4.

Age (as on

:

 

 

Address

 

 

15.07.2014)

 

 

 

 

5

(a)

Special attainments in Research (supported by list of publications / letters of

 

communication etc.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

b)Concepts/Processes/Products/Technologies/Patents/Others

(i)Concepts

(ii)Product

(iii)Technologies

(iv)Books / Electronic books/

(v)Books review / Book chapters

(vi)Scientific Leadership

(vii)Impact of Research and Other Activities

c)Awards & honours (National & International awards based on scientific work, Peer Reviewed Recognitions such as Fellowship in major Academies or Societies, Awards for excellence in teaching, etc.)

(i)Awards

(ii)Recognition & Honor

6.(a) List 20 most important publications in Journals of impact and high standing (as identified by the NAAS and/or the Indian Society of Agricultural Statistics): indicating name(s) of author(s), year, title, name of journal, volume no. and page nos. (Please do not list more than 20 publications here. In case more than 20 publications are listed here, only the first 20 will be considered.

S.No.

List of Publications*$

NAAS/ ISAS Journal ID

Remarks by the Secretariat

*List of Journals identified by the NAAS and their assigned weightage is available on NAAS web site http://www.naasindia.org

$ List of Journals (in addition to Journals identified by NAAS) identified by ISAS and their assigned weightage is available on ISAS web site www.isas.org.in

6(b) List of other than 20 most important publications given in 6(a) and whose NAAS/ Indian Society of Agricultural Statistics Weightage is 5 or more than 5 (upto a maximum of 25 publications)

S.No.

List of Publications*$

NAAS Journal ID

Remarks by the Secretariat

 

 

 

 

6(c) List of other than 6 (a) and 6(b) above and whose NAAS/ Indian Society of Agricultural

Statistics weightage is less than 5 (up to a maximum of 50 publications)

S.No.

List of Publications*$

NAAS Journal ID

Remarks by the Secretariat

 

 

 

 

ANNEXURE –II

Indian Society of Agricultural Statistics

IASRI Campus, Library Avenue, Pusa, New Delhi -110 012, India

Proforma for Nomination for Sankhyiki Bhushan Award

1.Name of Nominee

2.Present Designation

3.Sex

4.Date & Place of Birth

5.Address of Nominee (with Telephone no. FAX no. and e-mail, if any)

-Official,

-Residential

6.Academic Qualifications (Bachelor’s degree onwards)

Degree/

Subjects

Year of

University/

Remarks

Examination

 

Passing

Institution

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7. Details of the institution and positions held/work performed (in chronological order)

Period

Place of

Name of

Designation Scale of

Brief

Remarks

From To

Employment

the

Pay

Work

 

 

Research

Employer

 

Details

 

8.Nominee’s field/subject of specialization.

9.Details of awards and fellowships, if any, received by the nominee so far from other sources/agencies.

10.Names and complete addresses of any three distinguished statisticians for the purpose of reference along-with their fields/subjects of specialization (they should be requested to send the testimonials directly to Secretary/ Executive President, Indian Society of

Agricultural Statistics, IASRI Campus, Library Avenue, Pusa, New Delhi -110 012 (E-mail: ucsud@iasri.res.in).

11.Significant contribution to Theoretical/Applied/Official Statistics.

12.Complete List of Full Length Research Papers published in Refereed International/National Journals of Repute (Please mark 20 most significant research papers)

13.Complete List of Books, monographs, technical reports, reviews, teaching manuals, book chapters and popular articles published, if any

14.Peer Recognition in terms of Membership/ position held in professional committees, Societies, Journals, etc.

15.Other relevant particulars, if any, desired to be furnished.

16.Particulars of the nominators (Affiliation, Designation, mailing address, Awards/ Peer Recognition Award, etc.)

Signature of the Nominator

Place

Date

Note:

1.The nomination should have the approval of the nominee.

2.A soft copy on CD if possible may also be supplied.

ANNEXURE-III

Indian Society of Agricultural Statistics

IASRI Campus, Library Avenue, Pusa, New Delhi -110 012, India

Nomination Form for Prof. P.V. Sukhatme Gold Medal Award

1.Name of the Nominee in full

2.Sex

3.Date & Place of Birth

4.Nominee’s field of specialization

5.Designation

6.Address of the Nominee

(a)

Official

Tel. No.

 

 

Fax No.

 

 

E-mail

 

 

Address

(b)

Residential

Tel. No.

 

 

Address

 

 

 

(Give STD code before Telephone and Fax number)

7a

Academic Qualifications (Bachelor’s degree onwards)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Degree/

Subjects

Class/

% Marks

Year of

University/

Remarks

Examination

 

Division

obtained

Passing

Institution

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7b Details of the institution and positions held/work performed (in chronological order)

Period

Place of

Name of

Designation

Scale of

Brief

Rem

From To

Employment

the

 

Pay

Work

arks

 

Research

Employer

 

 

Details

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8.Significant contribution to Research and Application of Agricultural Statistics and its Innovative Applications to Agricultural and Allied Sciences

9.Significant Contributions made to Innovative Teaching (contribution towards teaching and curriculum development methods, awards related to teaching, number of M.Sc. and Ph.D. students guided, development of teaching manuals, etc. ad-hoc training programmes of more than 10 days duration conducted, number of invited lectures delivered, etc.)

10.Concepts/Processes/Products/Technologies/Patents/Others

(i)Concepts

(ii)Product

(iii)Technologies

(iv)Books / Electronic books/ Monographs/Technical Reports

(v)Books review / Book chapters

(vi)Scientific Leadership

(vii)Impact of Research and Other Activities

11.Details of awards and fellowships, if any, received by the nominee so far from other sources/agencies.

12.Peer Recognition in terms of Membership/ position held in professional committees, Societies, Journals, etc.

13.Research Papers (please list only the full length papers only)

14.(a) List below 20 most important publications in Journals of impact and high standing (as identified by the NAAS and/or the Indian Society of Agricultural Statistics): indicating name of author(s), year, title, name of journal, volume no. and page nos. (Please do not list more than 20 publications here. In case more than 20 publications are listed here, only

the first 20 will be considered.

S.No.

List of Publications*$

NAAS Journal ID

Remarks by the Secretariat

*List of Journals identified by the NAAS and their assigned weightage is available on NAAS web site http://www.naasindia.org

$ List of Journals (in addition to Journals identified by NAAS) identified by ISAS and their assigned weightage is available on ISAS web site www.isas.org.in

14.(b) List of publications other than 20 most important publications given in 14(a) and whose NAAS/ Indian Society of Agricultural Statistics Weightage is 5 or more than 5 (upto a

maximum of 25 publications)*

S.No.

List of Publications*$

NAAS Journal ID

Remarks by the Secretariat

 

 

 

 

14.(c) List of publications other than those given in 14(a) and 14(b) above and whose NAAS weightage/ Indian Society of Agricultural Statistics is less than 5 (upto a maximum of 50 publications including those left over from 14(b) above)

*If the number of such publications in category (b) exceeds 25, then these could be evaluated along with those in (c) with 0.1 mark for each publication.

S.No.

List of Publications*$

NAAS Journal ID

Remarks by the Secretariat

15.List of papers presented at conferences/seminars etc.

16.Other relevant particulars, if any desired to be furnished.

17.Particulars of the nominators (Affiliation. Designation, mailing address, Awards/ Peer Recognition Award, etc.)

Signature of the Nominator

Place

Date

Note: The nomination should have the approval of the nominee.

ANNEXURE-IV

Indian Society of Agricultural Statistics

IASRI Campus, Library Avenue, Pusa, New Delhi -110 012, India

Nomination Form for Dr. D.N. Lal Memorial Lecture Award

1.Name of the Nominee in full

2.Sex

3.Date & Place of Birth

4.Nominee’s field of specialization

5.Designation

6.Address of the Nominee

(a)

Official

Tel. No.

 

 

Fax No.

 

 

E-mail

 

 

Address

(b)

Residential

Tel. No.

 

 

Address

 

 

 

(Give STD code before Telephone and Fax number)

7a

Academic Qualifications (Bachelor’s degree onwards)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Degree/

Subjects

Class/

% Marks

Year of

University/

Remarks

Examination

 

Division

obtained

Passing

Institution

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7b

Details of the institution and positions held/work performed

(in chronological

 

order)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Period

 

Place of

Name of the

Designation

Scale of

 

Brief

Rem

From

To

Employment

Employer

 

Pay

 

Work

arks

 

 

Research

 

 

 

 

Details

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8.Significant contribution to Research and Application of Agricultural Statistics and its Innovative Applications to Agricultural and Allied Sciences

9.Significant Contributions made to Innovative Teaching (contribution towards teaching and curriculum development methods, awards related to teaching, number of M.Sc. and Ph.D. students guided, development of teaching manuals, etc. ad-hoc training programmes conducted, number of invited lectures delivered, etc.)

10.Concepts/Processes/Products/Technologies/Patents/Others

(i)Concepts

(ii)Product

(iii)Technologies

(iv)Books / Electronic books/

(v)Books review / Book chapters

(vi)Scientific Leadership

(vii)Impact of Research and Other Activities

11.Details of awards and fellowships, if any, received by the nominee so far from other sources/agencies.

12.Peer Recognition in terms of Membership/ position held in professional committees, Societies, Journals, etc.

13.Research Papers (please list only the full length papers only)

14.(a)List below 15 most important publications in Journals of impact and high standing (as identified by the NAAS and/or the Indian Society of Agricultural Statistics): indicating name of author(s), year, title, name of journal, volume no. and page nos. (Please do not list more than 15 publications here. In case more than 15 publications are listed here, only the first 15 will be considered.

S.No.

List of Publications*$

NAAS Journal ID

Remarks by the Secretariat

*List of Journals identified by the NAAS and their assigned weightage is available on NAAS web site http://www.naasindia.org

$ List of Journals (in addition to Journals identified by NAAS) identified by ISAS and their assigned weightage is available on ISAS web site www.isas.org.in

14.(b) List of publications other than those 15 most important publications given in 14(a) whose NAAS/ Indian Society of Agricultural Statistics Weightage is 5 or more than 5 (upto a maximum of 25 publications)*

S.No.

List of Publications*$

NAAS Journal ID

Remarks by the Secretariat

 

 

 

 

14.(c) List of other than 14(a) and 14(b) above and whose NAAS/ Indian Society of Agricultural Statistics weightage is less than 5 (upto a maximum of 50 publications) including those left over from 14 (b) above.

*If the number of such publications in category (b) exceeds 25, then these could be evaluated along with those in (c) with 0.2 mark for each publication.

S.No.

List of Publications*$

NAAS Journal ID

Remarks by the Secretariat

 

 

 

 

15.List of papers presented at conferences/seminars etc.

16.Complete List of Books, monographs, technical reports, reviews, teaching manuals, book chapters and popular articles published, if any

17.Other relevant particulars, if any desired to be furnished.

18.Particulars of the nominators (Affiliation. Designation, mailing address, Awards/ Peer Recognition Award, etc.)

Signature of the Nominator

Place

Date

Note: The nomination should have the approval of the nominee.

ANNEXURE-V The following criteria of weightage will be followed for Fellows of ISAS, Prof. P.V. Sukhatme

Gold Medal Award, Dr. D.N. Lal Memorial Lecture Award, etc.

 

For Fellows of ISAS and Prof. P.V. Sukhatme Gold Medal Award

 

1. Research Publications:

(Maximum 50 marks)

a. Evaluation of 20 best publications

(Maximum 40 marks)

(The papers will be scored as per List of Journals identified by the NAAS / ISAS and their assigned weightage as available on NAAS web site http://www.naasindia.org or www.isas.org.in and then the total score obtained would be divided by 5)

b. For publications other than the above 20 best in International and National Journals of ReputeThese publications should be arranged in two categories:

(i) *Publications in journals having NAAS/ ISAS weightage 5 or more than 5:- 0.2 mark for

each publication upto a maximum of 25 publications.

(Maximum 5 marks)

(ii)Publications in journals having NAAS/ ISAS weightage less than 5:- 0.1 mark for each publication upto a maximum of 50 publications including those left over from (i) above.

(Maximum 5 marks)

*If the number of such publications in category (i) exceeds 25, then these could be evaluated along with those in (ii) with 0.1 mark for each publication.

For Dr. D.N. Lal Memorial Lecture Award

 

1. Research Publications:

(Maximum 50 marks)

a. Evaluation of 15 best publications

(Maximum 30 marks)

(The papers will be scored as per List of Journals identified by the NAAS/ ISAS and their assigned weightage as available on NAAS web site http://www.naasindia.org or www.isas.org.in and then the total score obtained would be divided by 5)

b. For publications other than the above 15 best in International and National Journals of ReputeThese publications should be arranged in two categories:

(i) *Publications in journals having NAAS/ ISAS weightage 5 or more than 5:- 0.4 mark for

each publication upto a maximum of 25 publications.

(Maximum 10 marks)

(ii)Publications in journals having NAAS/ ISAS weightage less than 5:- 0.2 mark for each publication upto a maximum of 50 publications including those left over from (i) above.

(Maximum 10 marks)

*If the number of such publications in category (i) exceeds 25, then these could be evaluated along with those in (ii) with 0.2 mark for each publication.

2. Process and Concept Development

(Maximum 30 marks)

Group I

(Maximum 10 marks)

(a)Concept : Such as propounding a new theory or describe pathways and mechanisms of a process

(b)Process : Development and description of steps/components of a procedure which explain the total method of analysis

Group II

(Maximum 10 marks)

(c)Technique : Development of a new technique

(d)Technologies : Research findings that become useable among researchers for efficient

analysis of various data sets

 

Group III

(Maximum 10 marks)

(e)Others : Books, only authored books with at least 100 pages published by reputed publishers. Special reports, Scientific leadership positions in national and international institutions and association with national/international professional societies such as office bearers etc.

3. Awards and Honours

(Maximum 10 marks)

4. Weightage for Innovative Teaching

(Maximum 10 marks)

Innovative Teaching implies contributions towards Teaching and Curriculum Development Methods. The contribution of teaching/education may be assessed from the awards/prizes won on teaching such as Best Teacher Award etc. and number of M.Sc./ Ph.D. students guided. Regarding Curriculum Development Methods, the evaluation may be done on the basis of development of newer teaching techniques and preparation of teaching manual/materials. This also includes the development of practical exercises based on real life situations with description of the output generated along with the detailed interpretation or inferences drawn from the results obtained.